INSIDE BOOK 1:
ICFH looks at what a movie theater looked like during the Summer of 1976 in Beyond the Screen. Paul Talbot takes a look at the making of 52 Pick-up (1986). An intimate interview with legendary Italian screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti (Demons, The Beyond). Battling film critics Tim Ferrante and Scott Voisin duel over several Nights of the Living Dead (1968 and 1990), George Seminara discusses Cat People (1942) and the mystery of girls. Book and movie reviews, and much more.
INSIDE BOOK 2:
ICFH salutes the slasher film with exclusive interviews with the actors, directors, and producers who helped define the genre, and those that help keep it's spirit alive.
Bud Cooper on The Mutilator 1 & 2. Richard Haines on Splatter University, Terrifier film series star David Howard Thornton, and Knucklebones director Mitch Wilson.
Female fear heroines of the slasher scene are covered as well with interviews with Sleepaway Camp's Katherine Kamhi, Lynne Griffin from Black Christmas & Curtains, and the young lady who made cinematic history as Michael Myers first victim, Sandy Johnson from Halloween (1978.)
INSIDE BOOK 3:
ICFH expands its reach to movie buffs of all walks with our most diverse tome to date. Veteran genre writers Kris Gilpin & Jaime Pina share their ultra-rare 1989 interview with iconic filmmaker Al Adamson. An in-depth career-spanning interview with legendary director/producer J. D. Feigelson, the mastermind behind Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) and its 2021 sequel. Scott Voisin interviews actor Robert Wuhl. He covers his entire career from The Hollywood Knights (1980), writing for the Academy Awards, Police Squad, his iconic role in Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), and his award-winning HBO show Arliss. ICFH scribe Paul Mcvay puts The Hollywood Knights into perspective, Empire Pictures gets a Trade Ad Avalanche, and the late novelist Mike McQuay gets some long overdue love for his Escape From New York movie novelization.
INSIDE BOOK 4:
It Came From Hollywood Book 4 delves into the origins of Kung Fu cinema with an in-depth interview with authors Grady Hendrix (Paperbacks from Hell, How to Sell a Haunted House) and Chris Poggiali (Temple of Shlock)! We then turn our sights to Italy and Luigi Cozzi, who shares stories of everything from crafting cult sci-fi movies like Star Crash (1978) and Alien Contamination (1980) to working with Cannon Films’ Menahem Golan and Yorma Globus! Fashion model turned actress Mirella D’Angelo discusses her participation in such films as Caligula (1979), Tenebre (1982) and Hercules (1983), among other genre favorites! Filmmaker Brett Kelly gives us the scoop on his retro blast to the past, Galaxy Warriors, a film that celebrates his love of all the films that followed in the success of Star Wars (1977)! We also look at Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away (2001), Ron Howard’s Night Shift (1982), Cooley High (1975), Night of the Demon (1957), Dawson City: Frozen in Time (2017), The Amityville Horror (1979) and it’s 2005 remake, Home Grown Horrors Dead Girls (1990), Hanging Heart (1989) and Moonstalker (1989), Nature Run Amuck flicks and more! Tape-heads will want to scoot over to VHS Spotlight for our look at Roger Corman’s 1989 Hollywood Boulevard II.
THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE: 60TH ANNIVERSARY NOVELIZATION
A new adaptation of the classic tale of lust, madness, and limb transplantation!
Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of one of cult cinema's greatest pulp science-fiction/horror shockers with this brand-new novelization of The Brain That Wouldn't Die! It dares to go further than the screen ever allowed!
Robert Freese delivers The Brain That Wouldn't Die as you have never before experienced it!
Includes a brief history of the film's production by movie marketing archivist Paul Mcvay, and a reproduction of the original thirteen-page pressbook and, eight lobby cards.
DRIVE-IN OF THE DAMNED #1
The final Dimension in Shock-An Interview with Ted V. Mikels/ drive-in profiles of Belinda Balaski, Crown International Pictures, Jack Starrett, and Robert Dix/ The Drive-In Gazette/ The Secret History of the Hill-Top Drive-In/ VHS Vault and more!
DRIVE-IN OF THE DAMNED #2
An interview with Frank Henenlotter/ drive-in profiles of Marki Bey, Dimension Pictures, Ji-Tu Cumbuka, and Rex Carlton/ VHS Vault/ 40th Anniversary of Corvette Summer/ Sci-Frights/ The Drive-In Gazette/Black Belt Jones herald re-print and more!
DRIVE-IN OF THE DAMNED #3
Graveyard Gimmicks/ Reflections on Halloween III/ Shock! Terror! Dance!-Digging up the story on Frankie Stein and his Ghouls/The Drive-In Gazette/21st Century Nightmare/Screen Gems Shock 1957 Catalog repro and more!